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Apr
30
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Apr
29
comment Can't ssh into my server from another computer
Is the server running on a network under your control, or someone else's?
Apr
11
comment Set ports for ssh to connect to remote Raspberry Pi
Yes. However, if I'm understanding you correctly, the ISP has blocked port 22 - so you won't be able to connect to port 22 on the router (and if you can, you don't need to specify the port at all, as 22 is the default).
Apr
11
comment Search within a search
Are you familiar with the concepts of stdin and stderr?
Apr
11
answered Command to merge all terminal windows?
Apr
9
answered Public HTTP/HAProxy server also is a VPN… should it do both?
Apr
8
comment Public HTTP/HAProxy server also is a VPN… should it do both?
Why are your servers connected to a VPN? What are they connecting to that's not on the same local network as them?
Apr
7
comment Terminator installed via Homebrew “Incompatible library version”
Then it's probably an issue with one of the common dependencies, which is still homebrew-packaged.
Apr
6
comment Terminator installed via Homebrew “Incompatible library version”
Have you raised this on the tap's issue tracker? It sounds like a packaging bug to me.
Apr
6
comment Command that works fine typed into terminal does not work as a bash function
Should be something along these lines: gist.github.com/xiongchiamiov/34a1e38423242e0e92bdccc1bd0238db
Apr
6
comment Command that works fine typed into terminal does not work as a bash function
Also, you should quote the variable there or else you can end up with strange issues due to word splitting.
Apr
6
comment Command that works fine typed into terminal does not work as a bash function
Trying wrapping the function with set -x/set +x so you can see the exact commands being run; I find that often useful when debugging shell scripts.
Apr
5
comment Get Linux architecture from /proc filesystem
Why can't you use uname -m?
Apr
5
comment No module named yum
Yeah, so you had installed two versions of python - one through the package manager (/usr/bin/python) and one somehow else (/usr/local/bin/python). Yum seems to have been using the latter one, which didn't have the yum libraries installed in its search path.
Mar
31
answered Where would be the best location to mount a distributed filesystem?
Mar
30
comment I'm trying to install ncmpcpp, but when installing boost it hangs here
Is it using the CPU? Compiling boost can indeed take a long time.
Mar
30
comment Why doesn't my bash terminal recognize any command in the shell?
This is probably not related, but it's generally a bad idea to a) use sudo with graphical applications (it can cause weird issues - use gksudo or kdesudo instead), and b) ~/.bashrc should be owned by your user, and so you shouldn't need to use sudo anyways.
Mar
30
answered No module named yum
Mar
30
comment No module named yum
Was this before or after you started getting this error?
Mar
29
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